August Spiritual Rhythm

August Spiritual Rhythm

D.L. Moody stated that “the Bible was not given for our information but for our transformation.” Scripture itself states, “For the word of God is alive and powerful. It is sharper than the sharpest two-edged sword, cutting between soul and spirit, between joint and marrow. It exposes our innermost thoughts and desires.” (Hebrews 4:12 NLT) The rhythm for this month is designed to help you...

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Friendships and Relationships

Friendships and Relationships

by Pastor Nick Mance Friendships and relationships. What do those words mean to you? Recently these words have taken on new meaning considering our present context. Before COVID-19 students could engage in friendships simply by going through their daily rhythms. They saw friends at school, hung out at Starbucks, went to youth group, and could go over to one another’s homes. Today that isn’t the...

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Current Sermon Series

Current Sermon Series

Bridge Building is a faith-stretching next step in a relationship. It could be a simple conversation that you might not have had otherwise, praying for a neighbor that you want to begin to get to know, or having a zoom coffee date. It’s taking an intentional step outside your comfort zone.



Getting to Know Our Neighbors

Scott and Debbie Shank decided to be neighborly and host a cook-out so they could get to know the people living around them and find out what’s happening in their lives. Afterwards, they felt it wasn’t just a party, but it was being part of something bigger that God is doing in the lives of their neighbors. They have had opportunities to encourage and pray for...

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How Do I Understand the Gospels?

[soundcloud params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=true&show_comments=false&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=false&color=00cc11″ width=”100%” ]https://soundcloud.com/hershey-free-church/how-do-i-understand-the-gospels[/soundcloud]   Here is an audio file of the seminar Pastor George Davis held on October 5 as a follow-up to his sermon series on the Gospels. Among the topics he covered were how the four Gospels fit together and why were other ancient books about Jesus left out of the Bible. Click here to download the notes that go with the audio...

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Neighboring in Action

Neighboring in Action

RaeAnne Stees had a “neighboring” plan that led to a successful neighborhood picnic. By Kelly Fedeli For eight years, RaeAnne Stees lived in her neighborhood in Middletown not really knowing her neighbors. She knew only a couple by name. A nurse with a busy schedule, RaeAnne simply wanted to be left alone. She kept to herself and avoided engaging her neighbors because, as she put...

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Worldview Challenged by Haiti Visit

Worldview Challenged by Haiti Visit

Becky Chocklette, director of Hilltop Christian Nursery School, recently visited Haiti with a team from our church to survey orphanage schools and develop a partnership with one of them. Pastor Dave Hyatt interviewed her about the visit on Sunday, September 21. She said the greatest impact of the visit caused her to adjust her thinking about what we in the U.S. consider to be blessings...

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Our Haiti Partnership Grows Deeper

Our Haiti Partnership Grows Deeper

Faculty of STEP with Tim Cho, Pastor Dave Hyatt and Pastor George Davis By Lyndsay BylerAdministrative AssistantBeyond the Walls “I felt humbled by the overwhelming gratitude and hospitality of the Haitian people and look forward to further involvement with STEP,” Pastor Dave Hyatt said after a trip to the island nation in early September. Pastor Dave, along with Pastor George Davis and Tim Cho, a...

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